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Old 12-31-2017, 08:48 PM   #11731
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Yes they will, I have a custom chassis (ed410 layout) that uses the Tekno shafts. They fit the D413 cups fine.
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Old 12-31-2017, 09:32 PM   #11732
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Sweet! Thank you for that!
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Old 01-01-2018, 11:09 AM   #11733
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Old 01-02-2018, 07:35 PM   #11734
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does anyone else have excessive slop in the front end of their car? tried countless shimming methods to no success. any tips?
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Old 01-02-2018, 09:27 PM   #11735
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does anyone else have excessive slop in the front end of their car? tried countless shimming methods to no success. any tips?

Yup my does have a good bit got some runtime on it though doesn’t hurt to replace the arms they can get stretched out than they get quite sloppy .

Otherwise they are just made this way all around the front end and rear .
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The bushings in the spindles are usually the source of this. Exotek made bushings that removed the slop, but they are discontinued. The XB4 steering bushings work and remove the slop. You should be able to find the XB4 bushings on amain.
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Exotek bushes worked on early cars. The recent set I got did not fit. I think some of the orig slop has been removed. At the end of the day, there is some slop all over, some can be shimmed up, some can be tough. Still works well with the slop and might even be less edgy that way.
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Old 01-03-2018, 04:42 PM   #11738
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The bushings in the spindles are usually the source of this. Exotek made bushings that removed the slop, but they are discontinued. The XB4 steering bushings work and remove the slop. You should be able to find the XB4 bushings on amain.
are the bushings you speak of the long or short?
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Old 01-07-2018, 01:45 PM   #11739
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Yes they will, I have a custom chassis (ed410 layout) that uses the Tekno shafts. They fit the D413 cups fine.
They aren't a perfect fit the other way around unfotunately. But I don't let little things hold me back so a tiny little bit of filing and they do fit the tekno outdrives. After measuring tekno's outdrives are about .5mm smaller in inside diameter. So thats why tekno shafts fit HB outdrives no problem but not visa versa.

Still made it work though!

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Oh sorry, I am using the Tekno center drive shafts. Felt about the same slop as the HB ones. LOL.
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Old 01-11-2018, 06:20 PM   #11741
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Darn, is there anywhere else that has the aluminum chassis. Woul like to pick one up due to running on carpet.
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I blew a rear inner bearing (Left side). I will maintain these more often as it is a pain to remove them once this happens.

Does anyone use ball cups from another company? It appears that my camber goes out of whack when I hit stuff.
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I blew a rear inner bearing (Left side). I will maintain these more often as it is a pain to remove them once this happens.

Does anyone use ball cups from another company? It appears that my camber goes out of whack when I hit stuff.


Are you using the stock Rear hubs yea depending on what bearings you are using they donít last long especially the outers. I stop using the Avid ones they donít last worth anything using JT ones now .

I been using the stock ball cups for a good while not sure what others work .
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Does anyone know if the d216 rear hinge pins will fit a d413?

Or,does anyone have some hinge pins for d413 that they would be willing to part with?
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Old 01-26-2018, 08:51 PM   #11745
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Does anyone know if the d216 rear hinge pins will fit a d413?

Or,does anyone have some hinge pins for d413 that they would be willing to part with?
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